TV revelers expect old faces to dominate Thursday, as Hollywood is pleased to announce the Emmy nominations for its annual carousel.
More than 22,000 members of the television academy spent two weeks in June looking through thousands of entries for its 35mm counterpart to the Oscars.
"As someone who traditionally has more to do with filming than watching television, is irritating The richness of the small screen landscape these days really does, "Hollywood entertainment writer and producer Simon Thompson told AFP.
"There are risks in Hollywood, such as Hollywood, are still hesitant to take and so far they are paying off."
The Emmys acknowledge programs being shown in the year to May 31, which is traditional Big hitters from "Better Call Saul" to "House of Cards" means "and" Veep "are out of action this time.
But HBO's" Game of Thrones "returns after a year and has made television history the most decorated of 2016 This is what brings the Drama Champion 2016 against last year's winner, Hulus Dystopian sci-fi series "The Handmaid's Tale", which is also the favorite of the fictional show in the Emmy's Seven-decade history.  2018.
Other nominations may come from NBC's family drama "This Is Us." And HBO's dark sci-fi Westerns "Westworld," Netflix hits "Stranger Things" and "The Crown," and FX Cold War spyware. Show "The Americans".
The most crowded category is probably the Best Actors will be a limited series or a TV movie, starring Al Pacino, Kyle MacLachlan, Benedict Cumberbatch and Michael B. Jordan all on the hunt for nominations.
The early money for the win in September is on a much lesser known face, Darren Criss ("The Murder of Gianni Versace").
Succession of the acclaimed "The People by O. J. Simpson" (2016) in Ryan Murphy's "American Crime Story" series for FX is expected to dominate the mini-series / TV movie drama racing.
"Veep", which is delaying its seventh and final season so star Julia Louis-Dreyfus recovering from the breast cancer treatment, is likely to pass on his comedy crown to Donald Glover's FX show "Atlanta".
The second round will take place in August while the ceremony itself will be broadcast live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles September 17 on CBS – hosted by "Saturday Night Live" duo Colin Jost and Michael Che.
The over 22,000 members of the Television Academy had two weeks in June to rummage through a dense field of several thousand entries for the small screen equivalent of the Oscars